Feels Like Falling by Kristy Woodson Harvey was sent to me for review. All opinions are mine alone. I only share products that I use and love! Thank you for supporting the brands that support this blog.
Are you all ready for a book review? Kristy Woodson Harvey’s newest book releases a week from today! Now is the perfect time to preorder, and you should check out her Instagram leading up to the release. Her launch is completely virtual now, and she has a lot of fun events happening over the next week.
I originally planned this review to go live tomorrow morning, but this brand new copy just arrived in the mail tonight! I had an arc copy that I read in preparation for this review, and I was so, so happy to receive the official copy. The spine is the same color as the text on the front! It’s beautiful, and I love how the color stands out on my bookshelf.
Feels Like Falling is the story of two women who are very unlikely to become friends; however, they become friends in the most beautiful way. Gray Howard and Diana Harrington meet in the local pharmacy — Gray, a customer and Diana, the photo lab assistant that Gray accidentally gets fired from her job.
Diana’s had one long string of bad luck. From breaking up with her boyfriend and becoming homeless to getting fired from her job, Diana is now living out of her car. Unknowingly, Gray swoops in kind of saving the day even though she got Diana fired. Gray hires Diana as her cook and cleaner and gives her a place to stay.
As both ladies are navigating single life with Diana fresh off a break-up and Gray going through a divorce, they both help each other through very hard times. Diana’s past has come back to reveal all her secrets, and Gray is navigating a new normal with shared custody of her son Wagner with her soon-to-be-ex husband. Their story is an inspiring portrayal of sisterhood.
This is a story you won’t be able to put down, and what better time to buy a new book than when you are safe at home? I have linked all the places you can order Feels Like Falling here: